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This is a Kipperin amulet. I made it in class one day when I had some extra time. Unforchanitly it dried faster than I thought it would so there is no loop on the back to make it a necklace.
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Real art! Beer bread! Made from real beeeer!

Mom says it's bearably toast. The holes are just small enough not to see through. BUT it's goood! - I mean the bread not the holes. And it smells heavenly! :giggle:

Recipe:
300g wheat flour
300g fine wheat flour
2,5 dl pale ale
4 tablespoon olive oil
1 egg
1 teaspoon salt
40g honey
20-30g yeast

Mix the ale, the yeast and the honey together. Mix everything else together and add the ale mix. Knead dough well. Let it rest for 2 hours.

Now don't knead it. Shape it as you please. Let it rest a little more (1 hour). Bake in 170C for 25-30(for loaf). If you use a mould remember to oil it!
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Snag Trees framed by the sunrise.
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:bulletgreen:Cartoon: Huntik: Secrets & Seekers
:bulletgreen:Character(s): Me and my current favourite Yama-Titan aka Gareon

This is an art trade with the lovely Yelina!! :heart: Iíve asked her to create a Ďcartoonizedí version of herself with her favourite Titan and Iíll do the same with myself, and I totally enjoyed it! :D :heart:

:heart:~Yelina's part is here>>[link]

If youíve seen my previous Huntik AT Iíve done (AT DanteXZhalia -Back to Back), then you might notice that this Gareon icon is the same as the one in that previous AT :XD:
Huntik is © Rainbow and Iginio Straffi .
*And Yelina, Iím terribly sorry for not uploading this sooner mainly due to tones of exams to focus on... Oh, I sort of this finished around three days after youíve uploaded yours^^

Gareon belongs to Ignio Straffi and Rainbow.
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Cover art for my latest issue, Cerberus! :)

In this issue Dante has gone missing and the rest of the Huntik team, led by Zhalia, descends in the Sybil's Dungeon to get him back.

Although his name didn't make it to the credits because of a mistake, :iconshiprock: helped me out with the colors as a shader assistant.
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My second draw......Lok Lambert, directly from Huntik.



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Bhe...anche qui ci ho provato...crecando di tenere conto anche dei preziosi consigli ricevuti ( per questo ringrazio the-silverware) un po' alla meglio.

Comunque si vede ancora che sono alle prime armi e soprattutto che non riesco a far rendere le ombre nei miei disegni nel computer.
Dal vivo mi sembrano troppo forti le ombre che faccio, poi vado a scannerizzarle e.....viene un troiaio...va bhe

Lok Lambert belong to Iginio Straffi
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FINALLY That horrible block, is starting to go away... I hope anyways.
I am extremely pleased with her <3
I KNOW she Has Gabriels Tail, inspired from the first unicorn I ever saw, the one in The Last Unicorn (movie, go look it up)

Anyways, her parents named her Fin cause of her odd horn, and she got her cutie mark one day at the beach when she somehow worked with a shark. She works at seaworld or whatever they have there ^^
Yes she has 4 little silver bands on her tail, and 2 rings in her left nostril. hooray for punk :3

Base: [link] Cause for concepts for ponys I just hate drawing from scratch XD and this base was just to good to pass up...

Owner: ~Luigilady95
You may not re-sell, or trade out. If you no longer want her, give her back.
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This rare corked top blue glass bottle is hand decorated with my polymer clay representation of the Bryn Celli Ddu burial chamber on Anglesey (Wales), the isle of the druids. It contains dried flowers and plants collected from Bryn Celli Ddu it's self. I have also added tiny shards of quartz as it is heavily associated with these tombs and is even thought to represent the stars in the night's sky especially if you imagine the stone scattered on the floor and illuminated by fire.

I have adorned the exterior of the bottle with Swarovski crystals and painted the clay with metallic acrylics to bring the piece to life. I have created a fairly accurate copy of the stones including the rock art found on an upright stone standing outside the rear of the tomb, in a sense the bottle is the tomb with the stones surrounding it. The cork is decorated with a foil/sequin sun decoration as the site is associated with the summer solstice. The Bottle measures 6cm by 4cm (2.5 inches by 1.75 inches)

INSIDE THE POT - You will find tiny pieces of quartz,dried oak leaf sacred to the druids and an assortment of dried wild flowers collected from the mound it's self.

Bryn Celli Ddu or "the mound in the dark grove" translated to English, is an exceptionally important tomb associated with the druids, it was originally a henge monument and even has it's origins in the mesolithic. Bryn Celli Ddu aligned with the rising sun of the summer solstice during which the light of the sun enters the tomb, this alignment is only found at a select few sites including Stonehenge. I am very lucky to have such an amazing site right on my door step!

This pot is one of a kind and I will not be able to recreate this the same way again especially as this is the only blue bottle I have been able to get my hands on. With the solstice so near it would make a great altar piece. keepsake or gift. Get your own little piece of Wales in a bottle!

Thanks for looking!

Keep an eye on my shop as I will be creating other Essence bottles based on the ancient sites of Anglesey!


This is currently available to buy here [link]
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This rare corked top blue glass bottle is hand decorated by myself, with a polymer clay representation of the Bryn Celli Ddu burial chamber on Anglesey (Wales), the isle of the druids. It contains dried flowers and plants collected from Bryn Celli Ddu it's self. I have also added tiny shards of quartz as it is heavily associated with these tombs and is even thought to represent the stars in the night's sky especially if you imagine the stone scattered on the floor and illuminated by fire.

I have adorned the exterior of the bottle with Swarovski crystals and painted the clay with metallic acrylics to bring the piece to life. I have created a fairly accurate copy of the stones including the rock art found on an upright stone standing outside the rear of the tomb, in a sense the bottle is the tomb with the stones surrounding it. The cork is decorated with a foil/sequin sun decoration as the site is associated with the summer solstice. The Bottle measures 6cm by 4cm (2.5 inches by 1.75 inches)

INSIDE THE POT - You will find tiny pieces of quartz,dried oak leaf sacred to the druids and an assortment of dried wild flowers collected from the mound it's self.

Bryn Celli Ddu or "the mound in the dark grove" translated to English, is an exceptionally important tomb associated with the druids, it was originally a henge monument and even has it's origins in the mesolithic. Bryn Celli Ddu aligned with the rising sun of the summer solstice during which the light of the sun enters the tomb, this alignment is only found at a select few sites including Stonehenge. I am very lucky to have such an amazing site right on my door step!

This pot is one of a kind and I will not be able to recreate this the same way again especially as this is the only blue bottle I have been able to get my hands on. With the solstice so near it would make a great altar piece. keepsake or gift. Get your own little piece of Wales in a bottle!

Thanks for looking, let me know what you think :)

Keep an eye on my shop as I will be creating other Essence bottles based on the ancient sites of Anglesey!

This is currently available to buy here [link]
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